BY Jon Barrett
March 10 2010 9:40 PM ET
Producers at One Life to Live have confirmed its gay story line is coming to an end and actors Scott Evans and Brett Claywell will be written off the show.
“We are concluding the story that we set out to tell with Kyle and Fish,” producer Frank Valentini said in a statement. “We are very proud to have broken new ground with a same-sex couple on daytime.”
One Life to Live has seen a decline in ratings in recent months. According to website Daytime Confidential, producers blame the Kyle-Fish story-line and the show’s recent gay wedding.
Check out Advocate columnist Michael Fairman's interview with Evans and Claywell, shot just one week before this announcement.
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